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THE PROCESS

Here are a few photos of the process if building the truck.  I took a herpa beverage truck frame and a Pete 377 from Ilterai and thats where i begin.

THE START

Here is the truck after i added the rear axle and got the frame built up and choose a bunk and such. You can see the boley Peterbilt 377 in the back ground with my touch to it.

OFF AND RUNNING

You can see the custom front bum0per made from evergrenn plastic that was bent using the old bumper and a lighter. Here is the truck with the front bumper covered in Mylair and chrome trim under the doors. also correct rims were added to the back so they are shiney. I also added full fenders to the rear axle also. Tehy were made from evergreen plastic that i cut using a hax saw blade. I then cut a peice from the bottom and put them around the wheels. They were painted and glued into place. The truck is hooked to another trailer.

OH SO COOL

I have glued the cab on and added a drop visor and finished the bunk almost. I added a rear window and a "CANT DRIVE 55" decal to the rear of the bunk.  I have added full fenders and panels to the bottom of the cab and sleeper as trim peices.

TRAILERS IS ON THE GO

Here are the painted parts of the trailer.  They consisit of a herpa/ promotex 48 foot trailer.  I then painted it orange and added mylair sodes to represent a stainless steel trailer.  I then made a new 2004 Thermo King reefer from evergreen strip and sheet platic and alot of sanding.  I then had to make a custom spread asle frame from evergreen plastic due to the fact the truck is so low.  I also made full fenders from evergreen plastic tube.

OLD SCHOOL MEETS NEW SCHOOL

Here is the completed truck taken by my newly built cross dock. the truck still needs logos yet which are a black horse with purple flames coming from underneith it and M KULAK TRUCKING in blue.

ORANGE POWER

Here is the fleet taken on my layout beside the cross dock.  This was taken at night right after the Peterbilt 377 was finished.

The Great Southwest

Here is the entire chicken hauler fleet to this point well at least the reefer division. The new 377 is in the front, then being followed by the first truck a 379 which is long and low, and then in the rear is my T600.



HAMMER DOWN AND HEAVEN BOUND